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Articles from the January 24, 2018 edition

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 By Max Erikson    News    January 24, 2018

Good housing and upkeep is hard to find

For those who have lived in Goldendale many years or have recently moved here, it is common knowledge that Goldendale has an available-housing crisis, making it challenging for people and families to...

 

City wants plan for airport

Goldendale City Council met last Tuesday following Martin Luther King Jr. Day in a session largely devoted to routine housekeeping measures. Councilors did vote to hire a consultant to help develop a...

 
 By Alex Visser    News    January 24, 2018

Bill passes to fix water use dispute

One of the year’s most important legislative battles in Washington state came to a surprisingly quick conclusion Thursday evening when a water-use bill passed both chambers and was sent to the desk...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    January 24, 2018

New director wants health equity

Klickitat County's new public health director, Carla Dionne, is still adjusting to her new job and is working hard to get up to speed on new and... Full story

 

Snip and its open

Goldendale Chamber of Commerce members, the KVH board, and onlookers watch as board member Mark Sigfrinius cuts the ribbon to officially open the...

 
 By Alex Visser    News    January 24, 2018

State takes net neutrality into own hands

Democrats in the state Senate are pushing back against the Federal Communications Commission through a number of bills designed to protect net neutrality in Washington. In April 2015, the FCC establis...

 

Truck on its side

A semi overturned on Highway 97 Friday, tying up traffic as crews worked to right it....

 

Washington Healthplanfinder has record 242,000 sign-ups

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange announced Tuesday that more than 242,000 customers signed up for Qualified Health Plans (QHP) through Washington Healthplanfinder by the close of open...

 

McCabe bill to help prevent opioid addiction receives House committee hearing

On Friday, the House Health Care and Wellness Committee heard testimony on Jeremy’s Law, a bill that would require doctors to warn patients about the risks of opioid use. Rep. Gina McCabe, the...

 

Charles Foster

Charles Newton Foster was born Oct. 14, 1926, in Portland, Oregon, to Edwina (Slane) and Clarence Foster. Charles worked as a heavy-duty truck...

 

Lela Ward

A funeral service for Lela Ward, who passed away January 20, will be held at Pioneer Memorial Community Church in Glenwood, Washington on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 at 2 p.m. A full obituary will appear...

 

No, I'm not sharing my big winnings

I’ll bet you’ve never heard of anyone winning the Publisher’s Clearing House money—nor heard of anyone who heard of anyone who has. Well, I’m here to tell you that now you have. Now I...

 

Looking Back

February 2, 1893 “All the Rage,” he says—The White Salmon correspondent of the Hood River paper has lost his head – He writes thus: County division is all the rage here at present. We do not...

 

Local man graduates Marine Corps boot camp

Pvt. Isaiah Arthur Rowley, 18, of Goldendale, son of Eugene and Ellen Rowley, graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps Boot Camp at Marine Corps Recruit...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

The time has come Those who know me realize I do not think Trump should be involved in our local political discussions, however the time has come for every elected leader to either speak out against...

 

'Triage': a column by the county EMS district

Well, January brought with it some interesting changes. The EMS District officially took over all responsibilities for the operation. Aside from a few paperwork hiccups, the transition was seamless,...

 

Department needs more members

We are saddened to hear of the passing of lifelong community resident Lela Wellenbrock Ward on Saturday, Jan. 20. Lela was 93 years old and a nearly lifelong member of the Glenwood Grange, for which...

 

Free eye care clinic coming

On Saturday and Monday of President’s Day weekend, there will be a free eye clinic for people who do not have vision insurance coverage and who do not have the financial means to obtain the eye...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 24, 2018

Wolves whip Warriors in last home meet, have busy week ahead

The Timberwolves were at home for their second home meet on Thursday against Cle Elum, who made the trip down with just five wrestlers. However,... Full story

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 24, 2018

Boys hang around early, but league-leading Leopards too strong

The Timberwolves hung tough with Zillah for the first eight minutes, but for the second straight year in Goldendale the Leopards surged in the second... Full story

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 24, 2018

Tough week as Goldendale girls fall to a pair of top 1A teams

Jaryd Cline Sports editor The Zillah girls, with three returning all-league players including 6-foot-3 senior Samantha Bowman, are going to be tough... Full story

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 24, 2018

Bickleton falls to Trout Lake and top-ranked Sunnyside Christian

The Bickleton Pirates faced a couple of big Greater Columbia Gorge League tests in Trout Lake and Sunnyside Christian over the weekend, doing so... Full story

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 24, 2018

Cougars split games in Goldendale, fall to Gorge League leader Sunnyside Christian

Playing in their second matchup against its county rivals, the Lyle-Wishram boys hoops team cruised to the season sweep over the Timberwolves while... Full story

 

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